Action-packed as usual with Donnie Yen kicking his adversaries in the role of "Beggar Su". Basic plot revolves around a young Beggar Su getting addicted to opium and manipulated by a ... See full summary »
Uncle Tak, the old martial-arts master and medicine in normal life has severe problems with his former student Jonny, who wants nothing more than to kill his old master to show everyone who... See full summary »
A young man poses as "the Whip King" and collects the reward for a bandit he has seen killed by a famous bounty hunter. He must now learn Kung Fu if he is to live up to this new persona and conquer the enemies he has inherited.
An aging martial arts expert is gifted a plaque from the Emperor declaring him the Kung Fu World Champion. Unsure of whether or not be is deserving of this title, he embarks on a journey to defeat the 7 Grandmasters.
SIX ASSASSINS follows the efforts of Mu Jin-jia (Ling Yun) as he attempts to stop the depredations of the Emperor's brother, the dastardly Lord Li Ming. Under the guidance of Minister Ruan, Mu assembles a team of assassins to put an end to Li Ming's aforementioned depredations. Things don't quite work out as Mu and company had planned (for one thing, his wife, Shu-hui, is brutally murdered along the way, the kind of thing that can really cramp your style when you're looking to take down a tyrant) and Minister Ruan is kicked to the curb by royal edict and murdered. With the aid of Lily Li, Mu finally corners and dispenses with Li Ming. As with Akira Kurosawa's epic SEVEN SAMURAI, Mu's men don't fare too well. By film's end, only Lily Li is left standing alongside Mu atop a mountain as they remember the dead (who we see in flashbacks). All in all, worth seeing.
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